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in malaysia for the first time. we report. >> reporter: panasonic built this plant in malaysia at the cost of $480 million. the factory started shipping solar panels on the first day. output will eventually reach some 1.3 million units a year. demand for solar power is rising rapidly, especially in japan and europe. greater awareness of energy conservation is one factor. programs to facilitate trade in solar and other renewable energy have also helped. but price competition is intensifying. china is the world's biggest maker of solar panels. chinese manufacturers have cut their prices aggressively, putting foreign rivals under pressure. price cutting is the major factor of solar panel industry. this factory in malaysia is expected to reduce the course of production by 20%. until now, panasonic produced the key component to solar cells in japan and assembled the panels overseas. by integrating production in one place, the company can reduce costs for transport and personnel. >> translator: price competition could continue to intensify. we'll keep improving productivity to stay ahead. and im
the pope. the chinese prime minister has demanded an explanation from malaysia. we have more. he was in the fact-finding mission in malaysia before the elections. he was denied entry on orders of the malaysian and government. in australia he spoke to us from adelaide. is in government is trying to downplay the importance of his own visit. >> let's clear this up. the is a line being said by prime minister. i am very that up with his apologist line. there were three other members of the trillion parliament coming on this visit and two of them actually had a program from a special minister of state. we're all went to provide a report involving members of the opposition and myself as an independent. to call this an unofficial visit is a little bit pejorative on behalf of the foreign minister of australia. we were there to help the electoral commission and provide a report to the austrian parliament on malaysia. primeed up with our minister trying to diminish this visit in the way that he has. >> he described him as an apologist. you're going there to look at how free and fair electio
with malaysia building joint industrial parks to strengthen trade and investments. nhk world's chikashi takaoka attended the launch. >> reporter: the ceremony took place at kwanto city in the central state of taham. this is the place where they'll build the malaysia investor park. malaysia expressed hope the project would deepen relations with china, its largest tradinging partner. >> the industrial park marks a new chapter in the relationship between our two countries. a relationship that has matured and blossomed beyond expectations. >> reporter: under their agreement the two sides will also build a second industrial park in china. the goal is to expand bilateral trade by mutually exporting products made at the two locations. the industrial park in china will be located in the port city of qinzhou in the autonomous region in the south of the country. china's gdp growth in 2012 was below 8% for the first time in 13 years as the european debt crisis weighed on global growth. rising labor costs have made companies less willing to manufacture in china. exports are suffering. the so-called factory
a project with malaysia, building joint industrial parts to strengthen trade and investment. nhk world attended the launch. >> reporter: the ceremony took place at quantum city in the center of the state. this is where the two sides will joint the malaysian industrial park. malaysia expressed hope that the project would deepen relationships with china, its largest trading partner. >> this industrial park marks a new chapter in a relationship between our two countries. a relationship that has matured and blossomed beyond expectations. >> under the agreement, the two sides will also build a second industrial park in china. the goal is to expand bilateral trade by exporting products made at the two locations. the industrial park in china will be located in the port city of qinzhou and kuantan in the south of the country. china's growth in 2012 was below 8% for the first time in 13 years as the debt crisis weighed on global growth. rising labor costs have made companies less willing to manufacture in china exports are suffering. the so-called factory of the world needs a new economic model
myanmar initially head for malaysia, hoping to find protection among its muslim majority. many drown at sea and others face detention by thai authorities. but there's another threat. human smugglers catch them what want to go to malaysia and hide them in southern thailand. >> translator: after we were caught at sea, smugglers carried us away in sacks and put us in a truck. they threatened us. they tried to force us to pay $2,000. but because we have no money, they beat us. >> reporter: we travelled to an island that's become one of the main smuggling groups to malaysia. it is just ten kilometers away. one night in january, some 50 rohingyas were kept. this is a cabin where they survived a dangerous sea journey. scores of people were hiding with no idea where to go or what the future would hold. >> reporter: they were confined without food or water. smugglers took what money they had and abandoned them. on the island we met the man who works inside the smuggling network. he says this shadowy illegal group has never been busier. >> translator: we know rohingyas can't live in myanmar an
. >> brown: from malaysia, special correspondent steve sapienza reports on the social and environmental costs of harvesting palm oil, found in products ranging from cookies to cosmetics. >> one big reason the oil is so cheap to produce is the steady supply of migrant labor. it relies on 500,000 global workers to feed demand for the product and fuel malaysia's economic prosperity. >> woodruff: ray suarez talks with journalist phil bronstein about his profile of the navy seal credited with shooting osama bin laden. >> he talks about going in the room, rolling in the room as he puts it and being kind of shocked at how tall bin laden was and having to raise his gun up to shoot him. >> brown: we get closing thoughts about the president's speech tonight from mark shields and david brooks. that's all ahead on tonight's >> brown: and we get some closing thoughts about the president's speech tonight from mark shields and david brooks. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that con
to group to end the standoff in malaysia and return home. aquino asked the leader of the group to call that his men from malaysia's suburbs. both malaysia and the philippines claimed the area. >> this is the time to demonstrate that you are a true leader, both in name nd. the right thing to do now would be to order your followers to return home as soon as possible. a the choices and consequences are yours. if you choose not to cooperate, the full force of the laws of the state will be used to achieve justice for all of those who have been put in harm's way. >> a top court in hong kong began a hearing to clarify the status of foreign workers, and response to a landmark court decision in 2011 that gave residency rights to domestic workers. a court of appeals ruling overturned a decision last year. a hearing is expected to last three days. 60,000 chinese households are without water after an oil leak affected the yangtze river valley. water suppliers were shut off after oil was seen floating on the water surface of the river. last month, drinking water in a city was caught off following a
spokesman jay carney; palm oil production in malaysia; osama bin laden's killer; plus, shields and brooks. but first, the other news of the day. here's hari sreenivasan. >> sreenivasan: the manhunt for a former los angeles policeman erupted into a firefight today. authorities said christopher dorner, wanted for three murders, has barricaded himself in a cabin in the big bear lake area, 80 miles east of the city. when police showed up, gunfire broke out. ey received information from the person reporting that the stolen vehicle was stolen by an individual that appeared to be very similar to christopher dorner. immediately we conducted a ground and air search for this vehicle. they were able to locate it at highway 38 and glass roads where the suspect in the vehicle fled into the forest. shortly thereafter, this individual barricaded himself in one of the cabins there and an exchange of gun fire occurred. during that exchange of gun fire, two officers were injured. >> sreenivasan: we get more from public radio. the reporter spoke to us a short while ago from the scene of the activity. frank,
is the major factor of solar panel industry. in factory in malaysia is expected to reduce the cost of production by 20%. until now, pan sannic produced thkey component the solar cells in japan and assembled the panels overseas. by sbeg grating production in one place, the company can reduce costs for transport and personnel. >> translator: price competition could continue to intensify. we'll keep improving productivity to stay ahead. and improve our performance. >> reporter: solar cells are the critical component for generating solar energy. cretshat manufacturers usiness fiercely protect. panason panasonic's decision to shift production of solar cells overseas reflect it is brutal price competition is company must endure. nhk world, kadar, malaysia. >>> emerging. citizens demanding democracy. the threat of violence. the push for peace. the shadow of conflict. get news and insight on south and southeast asia every weekday live from bangkok only on nhk world "newsline." >>> from earthquakes to tsunami, when it comes to disasters, people in japan know just how unforgiving nature can
press secretary jay carney. >> brown: from malaysia, special correspondent steve sapienza reports on the social and environmental costs of harvesting palm oil, found in products ranging from cookies to cosmetics. >> one big reason the oil is so cheap to produce is the steady supply of migrant labor. it relies on 500,000 global workers to feed demand for the product and fuel malaysia's economic prosperity. >> woodruff: ray suarez talks with journalist phil bronstein about his profile of the navy seal credited with shooting osama bin laden. >> he talks about going in the room, rolling in the room as he puts it and being kind of shocked at how tall bin laden was and having to raise his gun up to shoot
to malaysia's capital city in 19 minutes. competition to win orders for construction will be fierce. >> it's going to be a game changer. it will transform the way people interact, the intensity of our cooperation and the degree to which we become interdependent on each other and have stakes on each other's success. >> our two countries will look at each other differently and the opportunities are boundless between our two countries. >> singapore's prime minister and his counter part announced a plan on tuesday. japanese firms would likely step up efforts to win the contract but will have to compete against rivals from germany, south korea and china. that wraps up our bulletin. >>> home remains a dangerous place in afghanistan. nearly 3,000 civilians died last year because of armed conflict and terror attacks. there is a decrease of 377 from 2011. it marks the first decline since u.n. officials began to survey six years ago. they attribute the drop to few irsuicide bombings and a decline in aerial attacks. about 80% of victims died in attacks by the taliban and other insurgents including ro
and that they will sit down and discuss -- a lot of these groups operate across the border. malaysia was involved as well. the prime minister there and the national security chairman in malaysia sat down with the national security chairman here in thailand, so they have had ongoing meetings. this is the first time they have engaged with one of these separatist group movements. there are a lot of questions around it, mainly because it is not just one group that leads the entire separatist movement. there are different groups, fractures even within those groups. the big question is, there is one leader at this table. where is the command and control center for the separatist movement, and how will that go forward with this peace process as things move on from the beginning of the signing of a framework for the process going ahead? >> heavy rain has flooded dozens of homes and businesses in queensland. the rain caused rivers to burst its banks for the third time in a month. powerlines are also damaged. the rain is equivalent to 1.5 months worth in just 12 hours. african union forces have captured a strategi
despite being surrounded by security forces. borneo is divided between brunei, indonesia, and malaysia. what more do you know about what is happening here? >> recent reports have been coming in. the talks are now over and they are going to proceed with that poor patients this evening. this group claims to have about 500 men with them. they say they are not willing to leave until their demands are met. a few high-ranking officials, malaysian authorities have not said who they are. it was initially said they were armed and they had links to a group in the philippines, but the foreign affairs office in the philippines was quick to refute that and said they were in fact followers of a group wanting recognition and want to stay permanently there based on historical grounds. >> what claim do these protesters have? >> well, historically it was part owned by the sultanate in the southern philippines. in till now the malaysian government has paid a certain amount of rent, as they call it , for it the land. the reclaiming was made officially by the philippines in the 1960s, but the claim has bee
's techniques and services to other countries. >> reporter: sarah is from malaysia. she's a sociology major. she wants to work for a japanese firm. >> really, we just listen to what the company talks about, and the company listen to us. so i think through this event i can promote myself directly to the company so i can have better chance. >> reporter: automakers and logistic companies were especially interested in talented students from southeast asian countries. firms are eyeing economic growth and an increase in the working population across the region. that's especially as labor costs are on the rise in china. >> translator: we need students that can manage our southeast asian businesses. they need to be able to communicate with our local staff. we need someone who understands both cultures. >> reporter: about one-third of the students that did presentations last year were offered jobs. students this year are strongly hoping to find work at the event as well. nhk world, tokyo. >>> a movie about family ties between myanmar and japan is finally picking up attention, ten years after it was made.
countries. >> reporter: sarah is from malaysia. she's a socialology major. she wants to work for a japanese firm. >> we just listen to what company talk to us, company listen to us. i think through this event i can promote myself to their company. i can have better chance. >> reporter: automakers and logistic companies were interested in talented students from southeast asian countries. firms are eyeing economic growth and increase in the working population across the region. that's especially as labor costs are on the rise in china. >> translator: we need students that can manage our southeast asian businesses. they need to be able to communicate with our local staff. we need someone who understands both cultures. >> reporter: about one-third of the students that fit the presentation last year were offered jobs. students this year are strongly hoping to find work at the event as well. >>> india is hostinghat organirs claim i the bgest air sh in asia. the trade fair is a chance for local defense and air space companies to prove their new technologies and for the indian government it's an op
for this. >> uniqlo already has outlets in four other southeast asian countries, singapore, malaysia, thailand, and the philippines. they aim to draw demand, especially from the growing middle class. >>> daring raid by militants has turned a spotlight back into a simmering conflict. thai soldiers killed 16 people among a group of insur jents who launched the attack wednesday morning. southern thailand has suffered violence almost a decade, as islamist fighters push for greater auto any the predominantly buddhist country. a military spokesperson told nhk that 50 armed insurgents attacked a marine base on the malaysian border around 1 a.m. the shootout lasted about an hour. authorities later found 16 bodies and seized dozens of firearms. it's believed the other insurgents fled. the incident is one of the deadliest since the current unrest erupted in 2004. about 80% of people in the three southernmost provinces are muslims. according to a monitoring group, more than 5300 people, both muslims. and buddhists have died during nine years of violence. >>> india is one of the economic giants
with malaysia. the thai government has deployed 600,000 troops and send billions of dollars to put an end to the militancy in the deep south. despite that, the violence has not gone away, nor has the movement lost momentum. wednesday's attack underlines that. since 2004, over 5000 people, >> the top stories. pope benedict xvi has given its first weekly general audience since he shocked the world by becoming the first pontiff in nearly six centuries to step down. he received a long and standing ovation. later he will celebrate- wednesday. >> now is our best chance for bipartisan, comprehensive tax reform that encourages job creation and helps bring down the deficit. >> u.s. president barack obama has given his first state of the union address since his reelection. he said the economy had improved since he took over. urged his republican rivals to work with him to improve the lives of millions of americans. 16 separatist fighters have been killed in southern thailand while attempting to storm a military base. at least 50 armed men launched the assault in bacho district of narathiwat provinc
. representatives from asean countries including south korea, thailand, indonesia and malaysia participated in the conference on cooperation among east asian countries for palestinian development. palestinian prime minister salam fayyad co-chaired the meeting. >> we will continue to pursue this endeavor with the greatest political process, one that takes care of all the requirements that i mentioned before and one that includes, importantly, negotiations between us and israel and in order for us to be able to bring this conflict to an end. >> reporter: in november of last year the u.n. general assembly approved a resolution recognizing palestine as a non-member observer state. this led israel to step up its embargoes in protest. the participants agreed that the severe financial and economic situation in palestine is one of the main obstacles to stability in the middle east. >> translator: the whole middle east region has been destabilizing. peace efforts in the area are now considered even more important. >> reporter: they also agreed that continuous aid to palestine is essential to its dev
. >> there's a joint military exercise of thailand. the u.s., south korea, japan, indonesia, and malaysia are taking part in the drill. myanmar is taking part in this first joint military drill in thailand but only as an observer. the exercise is aimed at enhancing cooperation between the u.s. and regional allies. our weather forecast next on a al jazeera. still to come, a war on the oscar pistorius story. we will be going live to pretoria for the story. -- more on the oscar pistorius case. >> hello and welcome back. across europe, we have a big area of low pressure that you can see in madrid. another area of low pressure giving significant snowfall. that continues to push east, giving snow to austria. mild weather moving across the u.k. not looking at in the iberian peninsula. weather conditions are generally try and find. to the east, an area of low pressure around the black sea. moving into northern parts of africa, there is a cool breeze coming across the mediterranean. in benghazi, temperatures nothing special. warming up considerably. in khartoum, looking at 37 degrees. in central a
cattle. ajiri learned the method last year from experts who had joined a study program in malaysia. japan recently provided the know-how to the country in the 1990s. it now costs ajuri almost nothing to feed his cattle. he no longer buys expensive feed from israelis. he says that his sheep produce more milk and better-quality meat. >> translator: it's important to learn from experience as well as to receive financial support. experience creates more income. >> reporter: malaysian officials are now holding traing courses for palestinians. and the japanese government supports the efforts of countries that it helped in the past as they assist other nations in need. yoshihiko ogata is a consultant who is assisting palestinians. >> translator: providing technology rather than goods and developing human relations are very important. japan is good at this type of assistance. it's rewarding and gives us a great sense of achievement. >> reporter: still, the israeli occupation casts a shadow over these efforts. it affects over half of the west bank. israel imposes restrictions on construction invol
. further off towards the west, eventually into the border of thailand and malaysia, you'll be getting in the mix of this as well. take a look over to this area. more rainfall will be hitting your area throughout the next several days, increasing the risk of further flooding. over towards the americas, switching gears here, we're talking about the tropics here. this is a classic case of a severe winter storm. the air stagnant and risk of pollution to hazardous levels. and toward the americas, really the big topic is this. that massive, comma-shaped cloud. this is expected to split into two separate systems. this will continue to affect the great lakes with snowfall across much of the area. 15 to 20 centimeters it pushes overhead and enhanced by lake-effect. mixing rain and snow here and even freezing rain and drizzle across virginia. definitely the risk of power outages. the south, cold air, and you start to realize that is a recipe for rough to severe weather. and already tornadoes reported in mississippi, and squall line will continue to push off toward the east and affect you toward
, thailand, cambodia, vietnam, malaysia, mal dova, and will end her race in nigeria. emily and her team will work with local churches and ministries in the region. >> the ministries could range from vacation bible school to working in orphanages, to ministering to women and children who have been in human trafficking, especially in south east asia. >> reporter: emily's group is part of a larger team of about 50 racers, who have been asked to travel light. >> i will have one backpack for the entire 11 months. i'll be taking a tent, so times we'll have accomodations, and sometimes we won't. >> reporter: how do you feel about going a week without a shower? >> i'm the type of girl who can handle that. in training, we had practiced. we were living in the woods for about a week, a group of 50 people. >> reporter: world race founder seth barnes came up with the idea several years ago, to give young people an alternative to the nine to five routine. >> we push people to do what we call a loop 10 kind of journey. where they go out and take virtually nothing, and they know they've got all spiritu
killed his brother and sister. the four month journey took him through malaysia and indonesia. then for final week he was packed on to a small vessel with 30 people. he lost 10 kilograms by he arrived at a remote australian island. he took the risk because he saw australia as his only chance for survival. he worked hard to graduate from high school. he hopes to go to university to study law. he wants to be able to help others. to him australia is a nation of hope for refugees. >> if i stay in afghanistan i could lose my life forever. now i have the happiest time in my life, like i appreciate australia a lot. >> reporter: but there's a flip side to the country's generous policy. costs have risen sharply. more and horse people arrive hoping to be admitted as refugees. the cost to accommodate them in facilities has risen by nearly four times in the past three years. australia is struggling with a chronic fiscal deficit. cuts are being considered in education and welfare spending. the ballooning refugee related expenditures are increasingly unpopular. >> i think that we're a count
. news reports in malaysia say parents were trying to have their babies delivered before today so they could arrive the year of the dragon, because that's supposed to bring luck and success. >> the snake getting a bad rap. >> i was talking about this with angie goth this morning. her baby is due in june. snake babies are also analytical, so her baby could turn out to be a meteorologist. >>> showers around, a wet start tomorrow but a dry finish. tuesday is looking good. another chance of rain on wednesday. we're going to keep a close eye on that. no real super cold in place for that, but the cold air is back next weekend. highs in the 30s. maybe a chance of snowflakes >> "sports final" is next. . >>> tonight on "sports final," a tough time for the terps. while virginia hits all the right notes in an acc matchup. >> it's just about taking baby steps. >> rg-3 speaks out about his walk to recovery. and turning the page. >> i feel great about our team. i feel even better this year. >> trying to erase the memories of last year's playoff loss. we're towing the rubber. "sports final" star
what's happening here in the rainforest in the island of borneo. indonesia, malaysia, and brunei signed the "heart of borneo" agreement in 2007, declaring that the rainforest will be protected, while allowing sustainable use and access by local people. this sort of international cross-border cooperation is vital if we are to safeguard an area of wildlife and ultimately the health of the planet. and thinking about the health of the planet as a whole was not something many people did until one truly extraordinary and historic event. announcer: the engines are armed. four, three, two, one, zero. we have commit, we have, we have lift off, lift off at 7:51 a.m. pictures of the launch of apollo 8 arrived in britain back in 1968 by way of the bbc's central control room here in the television center in london where i had a job as a network controller. what you see at the top is the north pole, in the center, just forward to the center is south america, all the way down to cape horn. those images were instrumental in changing the way that many of us viewed the planet. we began to think globally.
in malaysia. police in portugal said they have seized forged euronotes with a value of 400,000 euros. one man was detained. it is the second big sign of forged euros in the city this month. the british government is considering a plan to divert funds from its 10 billion pound a budget to peacekeeping and other defense related projects. david cameron has been urged to cut aid spending by some members of his conservative party, who say that security is needed before development can take place. critics argued that aid money should not be used to compensate defense cuts. of all the countries to give foreign aid, britain currently sits at no. 3. david cameron has pledged to protect the national income that britain has promised to spend on development. this would equate to $16 billion in 2015, money that may now be used on defense. with me now is our national development correspondent. mark, you know these stories and have traveled around africa where they happen. your initial reaction? >> traditional workers are outraged at the idea that money is earmarked for aid and should now be spent on this p
with defor is station in brazil, malaysia, and indonesia. >>> and "the wall street journal" has a warning about giving children codeine. the m . >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by the makers of zyrtec. zyrtec. love the air. >>> government agents raid the scooter store headquarters after former workers reveal the company's sales tactic to "cbs this morning." >> bulldoze them and get the paperwork done. >> so people could get those wheelchairs. >> mm-hmm, yes. >> even if they didn't need them. >> yep. >> jeff glor is at the scene of the raid with new developments. >>> could the next pope be an american? we'll show you which cardinal is getting new attention in rome and which one is being urged to stay home. >>> plus, the truth about what really causes arthritis ahead on "cbs this morning." >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by qeu southeast o, made by velveeta. together they make any get-together better. one. ...of carousel one. there's carousel two! all right! [ male announcer ] when you combine creamy velveeta with zesty rotel tomatoes and gree
, indonesia and malaysia participated in the conference on cooperation among east asian countries for palestinian development. palestinian prime minister salam fayyad co-chaired the meeting. >> we will continue to pursue this endeavor with the greatest political process, one that takes care of all the parliaments of the administration to and for, and what that includes the negotiations between us and israel and for us to be able to bring this conflict to an end. >> reporter: in november of last year the u.n. general assembly approved a resolution recognizing palestine as a non-member observer state. this led israel to step up its embargoes in protest. the participants agreed that the severe financial and economic situation in palestine is one of the main obstacles to stability in the middle east. >> translator: the whole middle east region has been destabilizing. peace efforts in the area are now considered even more important. >> reporter: they also agreed that continuous aid to palestine is essential to its development. the members adopted a joint statement pledging to share the
we can't do. ♪ >>> base jumping. this one is in grease, switzerland and malaysia. these base jumpers are part of the base jumping team. >> what? >> they are jumping off the buildings. >> that girl was smiling, like it was her birthday and she was jumping off a building. >> every time we see these videos, it's not just base jumpers with really cool silver suits doing cool jumps, we see the the spectacular leske. some of these don't seem high enough for base jumping. i feel their suit is just deploying before they smack on the ground. >> it probably looks more severe than it really is because we're not used to doing this, but it's awesome that they get to do it.
people are always lurking. this is in malaysia. a woman rides up on her bicycle to the back of this house. watch what happens. >> aw. >> two guys on a motor bike pull up next to her, shove her down off her bike and begin punching and attacking her, trying to steal something from her. you can hear her screaming, dogs barking. it's terrible. >> they're vicious against her. >> it looks like they got a wallet, ripped a bracelet or a watch off of her wrist. >> she's left there stunned not knowing what the heck just happened. >>> in beverly hills, a couple people walk into a high-end jewelry store are shopping looking at the display case at the end of this red carpet. this guy is wearing a suit, carrying an umbrella with a tie on. another guy shows up, the salesman in the gray off to the side opens the cabinet and shows the jewels to the customer or to the would-be customer. you see the guy with the hat? he pulls out a gun, appears to tell the jeweler, hey, i got a gun. start putting stuff in the bag. the guy with the gun reaches in, clears out the case. you can tell the other people in the sto
was in malaysia on a trip. i grew up in the south carolina. i got this phone call from an editor of the state paper in columbia, south carolina, and said would you comment on the accident. i said what accident? he said 12 hours ago, the challenger lifted off and blew up 78 seconds after. after lift off. we were in a remote section of malaysia. so we did not have any radio or daily newspaper. he told me about this and i was stunned. i met some of the -- a guy from my home state, ron mcnair, who was killed. and we were close friends. to have seen such success with shuttle and then have this disaster, i was stunned speechless. it was a very sad time. i made some statements to the newspaper but that was that. >> you were not going to go back up and fly again. i asked some astronauts whether that somethem. -- whether that affected them if richard branson said i will give you a flight, would you take it? and what would you be looking for? >> sir richard has the virgin galactic. it is a rocket powered airplane that carries a pilot and four passengers up to 400,000 feet and you have 5 minutes of 0 gr
. and in malaysia, he is considered a jar. he is in the leg chair. my repulsive sidekick, bill schulz. and if thoughtful commentary was a dune buggy i would ride him with my shirt off. he is the editor of "the daily caller" and his latest is called" the lizard king." >> a block. the lede. that's the first story. >> all right, has life been hell since shooting ubl? the navy seal who killed bin laden is living in obscurity and broke after leaving the military despite the fact he killed bin laden. he was interviewed by the former san francisco chronicle editor and komodo dragon victim for "esquire." the shooter to protect his identity retired after 16 years, four years short of a pension. he refuses to cash in on his fame due to the seal code of the quiet professional. in fear of terrorist reprisals he found his only employment option was more guns and overseas deployment as a security contractor, but he is done with that lifestyle. he recalls the day he killed the man responsible for 9-1-1. "i remember as i watched him breathe out the last part of air i thought, is this the best thing i
seats and malaysia airlines is offering a similar service on some flights. sounds like a good idea. >> if you want to pay up, what the heck. >> i love children but i'm always the person -- >> i'd like you meet my three kids, hope you don't mind, this is marissa, larry, bob, all under 3 and they haven't slept in a week. [ laughter ] >> welcome aboard. >>> all right. a sweet treat for 49ers fans still upset about the heartbreaking loss in the super bowl. >> yeah. they can enjoy a little pick me up today. a free cup of chocolate pudding. jell-o will be making five dropoffs throughout san francisco. it's a consolation prize for a job well done. the first drop-off will be at 7 a.m. this morning, lasts until 9 a.m. if you happen to be near broadway and columbus, hall of famer 49er the great one ronnie lott will be there to say hi, as well. a little pudding and autograph. >> and just for fun, it is national pancake day. that means free pancakes. free short stacks at ihop from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. they will be asking for donations for charities. i
.com and street carnage.com. congratulations on the new baby. >> thank you. >> and in malaysia he is considered a bicycle. it is bill schulz. and if an astute analysis was a roller coaster, families would ride him until they got sick. the former ambassador to the u.n and fox news contributor. he is the president of "red eye." congratulations. >> a block. the lede. that's the first story. >> what are you doing over there? >> do they need a chair to get up in the air? are they willing to lie when it is time to fly? you see them all time at the airport, planes. but also people in wheelchairs escorted to the front of security lines. it turns out a good portion is faking their need for speed. according to the "wall street journal," a paper owned by our parent company, awful, evil people, united. airports report an increase of able bodied people using the chairs to save themselves time. with l.a.x. officials estimating 15% of wheelchair requests are fake. meanwhile, one slate columnist wants airline passengers to decline to recline. dan coy thanks putting your seat all the way back is rude, but blame
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